What are some of the differences between institutionalized power and power that is not institutionalized?
Help me understand the relationship between friendship and politics for Aristotle.
I cant figure out what methodological pluralism is and how Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics are important to his political thoery. Please explain for me. Thanks!
According to the research on charismatic leadership, which of the following characteristics would fall in the leader category in the L-F-S (Leader, Follower, Situation) interactional framework Cries, Feelings of empowerment, Rhetorical skills, or Task interdependence Please advise answer & why. Thanks!
The four contingency theories (Situational Leadership, Contingency Model, Path-Goal, & Normative Decision Model) have all the following characteristic EXCEPT - (a) they are theories rather than just someone's opinion (b) they assume the leader can diagnose critical components (c) they assume the leader can act in f
Task interdependence means that straightforward rules, procedures, and methods apply to the job. True or false
There is considerable evidence in research literature to suggest that ________ people can be trained to be charismatic leaders, people can be selected if they are charismatic, both of these, or neither of these I belive the anser is neither of these. Please explain answer. Thanks so much!!
According to the Contingency Model of Leadership, task motivated leaders who manifest relationship behaviors in highly favorable situations help groups to be more effective. True or False Please explain answer. Thanks!!!
In order to improve attendance at meetings, council members were offered small monetary incentives for every meeting they attended. However, attendance actually decreased. Which theory of motivation best explains this result _________ achievement orientation, expectancy theory, intrinsic motivation, Maslow's Heierarchy
The suggestions for improving motivation through the operant approach have the most overlap with the concepts of_________ achievement orientation, expectancy theory, Herzberg's two-factor theory, or intrinsic motivation
The best technique for assessing leadership is which of the following? critical incidents, in-depth managerial assessments, observations, or paper & pencil measures
Question: Crediting your own successes to personal factors and others' successes to factors in the environment (luck, timing, etc.) are aspects of___________- a. attribution, b. fundamental attribution error, c.self-fulfilling prophecy, or c. single-loop learning ------------------------- I believe the answer is -
The best picture of leadership emerges when we view the process from the perspective of _____________. a. the followers b. the leader c. the situation c. all of these -------------------------------------------------------------------------- I believe all are correct. Please advise answer & why. Thanks!
I'm doing an extra credit paper and i need help with part of it. Many argue that "globalization" imposes constraints on the power and autonomy of the nation-state. How persuasive is this claim? Discuss the extent to which this is true with respect to trade and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
I need help on Trotskyism and how it has effected globalization and national identity both during his life and after. What countries adapted his philosophies? How? Why? etc.
Notes on the Federalist Papers.
I need to come up with a thesis for a 10 page essay for a theory course. Since I am a psychiatric nurse, I thought I would critique the evolution of the DSM- the classification system used in mental health. I don't foresee difficulties there; however, in not being very familiar with Marxism, I am having difficulties coming up w
What is Rousseau's general teaching on women and the family?
Does the unequal distribution of property in existing societies violate Locke's requirement that there must be "enough and as good left in common for others"?
Is the US Secret Service Agency classified as part of the Executive Branch of the Federal Government? Please answer YES OR NO
A simple definition of Asymmetric Warfare.
Migration effects all societies. Big or small, the society changes with different patterns of migration. However, the effects of migration very by society, depending on each societies unique situation. Larger societies may handle migration easier then small, and continental societies may have a better time adjusting to migrat
Often, when considering the many weapons used in conflict and war, an important category is left out: small arms. Given the estimation that 90% of the worlds war victims die from small and light arms such as rifles, machine guns, and pistols, a clear definition is necessary to assess their role in war, conflict and crime.
Answers can be in point form if its easier for you. I'm just trying to gain some knowledge on this, as I want to be able to take part in class discussions and possibly write an essay. Who is Oscar Lange? What is the Basis (or summary) of Oscar Lange's Liberal Socialist Model? What are the strong and weak points of Osca
How are identity politics significant?
Is federalism an effective system of government?
Innis, Grant and McLuhan argue that technology is not netural, rather determined by the historical,political-economic and social conditions of their production. Moreover, once adopted, new media come to determine the very condition from which they arise. Critical discuss the debate whether new media can be viewed as neutral or d
What does J.S.Mill by 'Good Government'? What type of Government is he referring to?
What is Proportional Representation? Who has it? What are the three main variations of PR?
What is libertarianism and why is Robert Nozick one?